Happy to announce our work for The Ford Foundation has gone live… s’cool.
The origin story of the Nike Free is the plot on the second episode of Tales from the Kitchen we helped craft with our friends at Doubleday and Cartwright.
New work from both of us. Opening reception November 18, 7–10PM at THIS los angeles.
We were recently asked to create the show packaging for the 11th Annual Media That Matters Film Festival. The festival is showcases 13 jury-selected short films that focus on a variety of topical subjects.
We had the pleasure to collaborate with Nom De Guerre on a collection of tees for their Spring/Summer 2011 line.
Last week we contributed to The New York Times Op-Ed section that accompanied letters about the decline of science fairs.
Each month in 2011 Kate Spade will be collaborating with different artists and designers to create short films based on a color. We were given Pink for the month of February of course. We “blacked” out the windows at studio and got to work with frequent collaborator Ian McAlpin on this stop motion piece.
Watch it here!
We had the opputunity to collaborate (again) with one of our favorite clients, GOOD, for their College Preparedness Guide. The project included a number of infographics as well as some illustrations that accompanied the articles.
In advance of the new site and branding we have been working on, we shot, in collaboration with Ian McAlpin, a process video of Kyle Garner, from Sit and Read, reupholstering a Jens Risom Lounge Chair using fabric directly from the UNIS Fall 2010 line. Also, Garrett wrote and recorded the tune.
To announce the opening of the new Sit and Read and 6 Decades Books furniture, object and book gallery, we made some bookmarks for the New York Art Book Fair this weekend.
All of the GOOD Magazine Transparencies we worked on this Summer are online.
We need an Intern. Its not a coffee-gopher-type internship. You will be researching, thinking, conceptualizing, designing and making. That being said, the position will require a commitment of at least two days a week. Self-motivation and attention to craft is huge. Talk to us.
After months of having this laying around studio we decided to trash it…. and of course we had to document it.
Wish you were here?? We printed a small series of postcards last week so send your address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Limited quantities, jus’sayin’.
Funeral Photography is a collection of pictures, produced chemically and curated by frequent collaborator Ian McAlpin. We pitched in on the branding and design of the site, while another frequent collaborator, Justin MacNair built the thing.
Scotty and Dave from Process swung by to check out the studio for their blog.
Today we bid adieu to our Summer intern, Chris Nosenzo. It was a big summer for him, he turned twenty-one and we were sure to document him drinking his first Budweiser, Schlitz and PBR.
In the spring, we collaborated with Rob Giampetro on his wedding invites. He and his wife wanted to use the phrase “Tying the Knot” coupled with the vernacular of a New England fishing town. From that we developed a rope monogram (which actually ties a knot) and the some brush type. Rob and Susan also put the monogram on a tote as a parting gift for their guests.
Back in April, we went north to Portland, ME to shoot our first subject for a shortform documentary we are directing.
Yesterday, with a bunch of help from our friend Ian McAlpin, we shot a process video of Kyle from Sit & Read reupholstering a Risom lounge chair for his upcoming collaboration with UNIS.
Damien put together a small edition of his zine, A Number of Things In Other Things for the shop.
We’re currently working on a small animation and weren’t too happy with the way some of these gradients were looking like in illustrator, so we decided to print them.
We worked on a project with Nike a couple of months ago. We were asked to create a few posters for a running-only store.